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Norcom Mortgage Opens Second Branch in Maine

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 22, 2015
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Norcom Mortgage has continued its expansion by opening a new branch in Saco, Maine, Norcom’s second location in Maine and 37th branch overall.

Three experienced mortgage professionals are coming together to form this branch. Branch Manager/Loan Originator Randy Forcier has spent seven years in the real estate and lending industries. Randy shows great ambition and plans to use his experience to make Saco a leading Norcom branch.

“We’re striving to become a top purchase lender in Southern Maine, a top five Norcom branch, and a lender that experienced loan officers would want to work for,” said Forcier.

Alongside Forcier, Loan Officer Chris Bedard joins Norcom after 12-plus years in the industry, even starting and managing his own mortgage firm for the past seven years. Further, Loan Officer Bryan Daley comes to Norcom after being a top producer at Kennebunk Savings Banks and TD Bank over the past eight years. 

All three new team members are eager to provide Southern Maine with outstanding lending services. They are constantly focused on improving their skills and building positive relationships with their clients and the community as a whole. Always moving forward, they will not stop pushing to make Saco a premier branch.

Behind the scenes, Emily Daley will work as a loan processor for the Saco team. She is focused on making the mortgage process as easy and fast as possible for all of the branch’s clients.

“Norcom Mortgage continues to grow with likeminded people of character and integrity who exemplify our values of service and teamwork,” said Tyler Rhea, retail business development manager for Norcom. “We are very excited about the addition of Randy Forcier, Chris Bedard, Bryan Daley, and Emily Daley to the Norcom family and their ability to build relationships in the communities they serve.”

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